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Legal Barriers to Information Sharing: The Erection of a Wall Between Intelligence and Law Enforcement Investigations
Legal Barriers to Information Sharing: The Erectio

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By Barbara A. Grewe (au)
Year: 2004
Pages: 35
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437918379

As the threat of terrorism from radical Islamic groups developed, the FBI had both law enforce. and intell. respon. in response to the threat. And it had different tools to use depending on whether its invest. was an intell. matter or a criminal matter. For criminal matters the FBI could use traditional criminal warrants. For intell. matters it could apply to a special court for warrants pursuant to the FIS Act of 1978. This law governs electronic surveillance and physical searches of foreign powers and their agents within the U.S. This divergence in purposes for the respective types of invest. led to info. sharing barriers being erected between the invest. This paper describes the history and development of the various barriers and their impact on the 9/11 story.

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